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Class action lawsuit targeting Tezos ends in $25M settlement after 3 years

The three-year-long class-action lawsuit targeting Tezos (XTZ) has come to a conclusion after Judge Seeborg approved Tezos’ $25 million settlement on Aug. 28.According to the judgment, the funds will be distributed among “all persons and entities” who participated in Tezos’ 2017 initial coin offering (ICO) from July 1 to July 13 and sold their XTZ for a loss before Nov. 25, 2019, did not sell their tokens before Nov. 25, or are unable to access their XTZ due to lost passwords.Eligible parties must file a claim to receive a share

Weekly Update #27: $10,000 For a Bitcoin

This was a generous week for Bitcoin and an exciting time for the industry. Check the last updates from the crypto world! Back in the last Weekly Update, we have commented about the blockchain industry’s reaction for the Brexit and some news concerning famous crypto-related lawsuits. Let’s see what stories this week has brought. $10,000 achieved First, let’s start with a price update. Bitcoin managed to reach the cap of $10,000 per coin, proving that the current bull run is a serious business. Since the beginning of the year, the